Which is more powerful? Bombs or words? Confucious Institutes have been funded by the Chinese Communist Party around the world, but we have learned, have we not, that it is difficult to tell who is really running the world. The people who live in a country are merely tools of those leaders who are tools of those who want to rule the world.
Wise words from Confucious:
Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire.
Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.
The more man meditates upon good thoughts, the better will be his world and the world at large.
The superior man understands what is right; the inferior man understands what will sell.
When we see men of a contrary character, we should turn inwards and examine ourselves.
Without feelings of respect, what is there to distinguish men from beasts?
What the small man seeks in others, the superior man seeks in himself.
There is an invisible war raging in the world. Not a war fought with bullets and guns, but a war of manipulation. It’s a war fought by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) against the free world using the full force of its propaganda and influence apparatus.
Not only does the CCP actively spread its propaganda to the West, it has even succeeded in dictating what can and cannot be said in free societies. However, this growing influence has gone largely unnoticed. And by now, it has penetrated all levels of American society. In this new age of information warfare, where a hostile foreign power is waging a war for our minds, what can be done?
In this new in-depth report, we explore China’s “Grand External Propaganda” campaign against America and the rest of the free world and reveal the playbook it uses.
“We are seeing strong evidence of coordination in many of these violent episodes. Fundamentally, what you have here is you have demonstrators, some of them go there with the intent of demonstrating, but you have a group of provocateurs and agitators, sometimes a significant group, that try to convert those into violent activity. And they seem to be very well coordinated when they show up.”
“A number of them are associated with the movement called Antifa, but they go by various names, but frequently anarchistic. They want to tear down the country.
They are different than many traditional groups and frequently the signs of coordination and activity are very close to the event itself. So like the morning of or the day before, and things are very fast-moving.
But we definitely see signs out on the street of communication, of organization, of preplanning, prepositioning of things. So it’s definitely organized activity.”
Wearing masks helped get us used to seeing the specter of “Antifa & friends” on the streets, in the stores, on TV, nearly everywhere… We can only hope that those still wearing masks have not joined the ranks of those who want to destroy the USA.
Portland, Oregon: James O’Keefe and Project Veritas filmed a candidate for a Rose City Antifa cell who explained that the group is structured like a business and a Seal-team operation to destroy the enemy. He reveals how they use Black Bloc techniques to conceal their identity and how they train for violence. A second investigative report was released on Antifa at The Base gym in New York that reveals how the group trains in the use of weapons and martial arts. The goal is to do as much physical harm as possible.
[Question: Why do American leaders call for martial law to control normal, non-violent citizens but do absolutely nothing to put these enemy soldiers out of commission? Could it be that martial law is what they really want?] – G.E. Griffin
“Progressive” ideology always rests on a conviction that the current “regressive” system is comprehensively unjust and must be destroyed by exploiting its weaknesses.
The most famous proponent of such tactics in recent years has been the late Saul Alinksy, the intellectual godfather of the modern Democrat Party, but former Soviet journalist and KGB informant Yuri Bezmenov laid out an even more concise strategy for subversion in a 1984 interview.
Alinksy’s seminal book specified 13 Rules for Radicals, but Bezmenov had only four “stages of ideological subversion,” and they will sound very familiar to anyone following the current wave of left-wing riots, or the politicized final stages of the coronavirus panic before it: Demoralization, Destabilization, Crisis, and Normalization…
Bezmenov defined ideological subversion, or “active measures” as the KGB preferred to call it, as a “slow brainwashing process” to “change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite their abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country.”